Younger Woman's Club of Louisville 

About the Younger Woman's Club of Louisville

The Younger Woman’s Club (YWC) of Louisville was founded on October 14, 1921, stating as its purpose “to promote among the younger women of Louisville, an active involvement and intelligent interest in culture and civic affairs in the community.” The founding class was comprised of 125 young women. Membership dues were two dollars and fifty cents until 1925, when they were raised to five dollars. Meetings were held bimonthly at 3 p.m., with afternoon tea being served. Early years of service included many volunteer hours to the Red Cross City Hospital, the YMCA, and the Girl Scouts.

Younger Woman's Club of Louisville  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

1320 South 4th Street, Louisville KY 40208

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